Why do People Live and Play at Willow Creek Ranch?
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Willow Creek Ranch is a unique area in Northern Arizona. The community was a large working cattle ranch for many years; when the 24,000 acre ranch was split up into about 320 parcels. It was zoned AR 36 (Agricultural/Ranch/minimum 36 acre parcels).
Willow Creek Ranch lies halfway between Kingman and Seligman Arizona near I-40. Willow Creek Ranch is at almost 5000 feet, you climb up from Kingman to Willow Creek and then descend back down into Seligman. The elevation creates a mild year-round climate, cooler than Kingman and the deserts to the west and south and warmer than snowy Flagstaff at nearly 7000 feet.
The parcel size alone provides lots of privacy. Willow Creek Ranch land is treed, much of it heavily, in a mixture of juniper and pinon pine adding to the feeling of seclusion. The land is hilly and rough with streams and canyons and great hilltop vistas; perfect for exploring on foot, ATV or by horseback. Prices for 36 acre parcels start at about $30,000 and many owners will carry a note with a good down payment.
What's the Neighborhood Like?
Homes at Willow Creek Ranch are varied, from mobiles and modulars, to unique custom built properties, including one straw-built home and one, currently for sale that looks Victorian. Property owners vary too. Some people live very independent lives, off-grid, on the land. The fertile soil provides great gardens and wildlife abounds. Solar systems are now very affordable for these homes where there is no grid-tied power available. Water is available on the Ranch from 350 to 550 feet deep, affordable drilling depth. Many owners use their property seasonally, for summer family vacation retreats, for hunting camps or for just kicking around on ATV's.
What's Going on Nearby?
Willow Creek is a a hub of Arizona attractions. From the Ranch you can take day trips to the Grand Canyon for hiking, rafting trips or just looking, Lake Powell, Seligman (for Route 66 kitch, old cars and ice cream), Sedona's Red Rocks, Oatman (the old mining town where they hold shootouts in the main street and burros roam free, the Grand Canyon Caverns (where you can sleep in the cavern itself), Prescott, Flagstaff and Walnut Canyon National Monument and many more.
Now You Really Want to Find a Home Here, Right?
Willow Creek Ranch is one of the few areas in Northern Arizona that's easy to live in, Just click here for homes. or Click here for vacant land or call me at 928 897-1364 to see current homes and land for sale at Willow Creek Ranch.
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